by Lucy Fuggle Blogging is a powerful tool for startups, particularly when it comes to increasing awareness of your business, engaging with followers, and demonstrating your expertise. 61% of U.S. online consumers have made a purchase based on recommendations from a blog, but only 1 in 8 companies have an active blog. Are you making
by Moazzam Adnan We hear a lot about the benefits that big data and cloud platforms can bring to businesses. The ability to collect and process vast amounts of information gives enterprises the power to engage with the real world in ways that have historically been extremely difficult, providing insights that can lead to new
What’s one piece of advice you have for entrepreneurs who are building enterprise software right now? What do you wish they would consider (or what principles do you use) to make that software great? See these answers provided by the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC).
The more I read about Elon Musk, the more patterns I was able to discern to understand his thought process. This South African is a successful entrepreneur today due to certain traits and work ethics that need to be noted, studied and applied in all of our lives. Let’s take a closer look at them! By Rajiv Mathew
By Adam Cramden While the “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) trend has come under criticism for exposing enterprise data to security breaches, the trend can be a viable, cost-saving option, if implemented correctly. Learn about the financial benefits behind the trend that’s set to overtake 50 percent of workplaces by 2017, according to Gartner. BYOD
By Ram C. Kumar Trends shaping Information technology Massive trends are reshaping Enterprise IT. It is buffeted by a converging storm of mobile, social and cloud technology such that, a decade from now, the Enterprise IT world is going to be a very different place. Trends like BYOD, BYOE, “Bring your own whatever” will have
by Dan Somers Initially, manufacturing came from the Industrial Revolution, i.e. “1.0.” This was represented by a focus on the plant and the product. Quality and after-service were not the focus. In the mid-20th Century, Manufacturing 2.0 started to be driven by improving processes through tools such as ‘”Lean,” Total Quality Management. and Six Sigma.